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Senior Games Basketball Results Released by Rec Center
Posting Date: 04/16/2012

Press Release

The Senior Games and Mesquite's Department of Athletics and Leisure Services hosted the annual Senior Games Basketball Skills on Friday, Apr. 6 at the Recreation Center Gym. The events consisted of the Free Throws, Hot Shot and the 3 point contest.

Here are this year’s winners in the Three Events.


Men’s 60 – 64 Possible 30 points: Women’s 50 – 54 “3 point”

Gold, Jerry Pierce, 8 points Gold, Donna Lyng 1 point

Gold, Tom Garrison, 8 points

Silver, Jim Weaver, 6 points

Men’s 65 – 69 Possible 30 points:

Gold, Phil Feiock, 11 Points

Silver, Bill Painter, 6 Points

Men’s 70 – 74 Possible 30 points: Women’s 70 – 74 “3 point”

Gold, Al Richardson, 11 points Gold, Diane Lowe, 2 points

Silver, Roger Davis, 9 points

Bronze, Joe Palmintiero, 8 points

Men’s 75 + Possible 30 points:

Gold, Ralph Reiche, 15 points

Silver, Russ Morvant, 2 points


Men’s 60 – 64 Possible 25 points: Women’s 50 – 54

Gold, Tom Garrison, 20 points Gold, Donna Lyng 17 points

Silver, Jim Weaver, 18 points

Silver, Jerry Pierce, 18 points

Men’s 65 – 69 Possible 25 points:

Gold, Phil Feiock, 20 Points

Silver, Bill Painter, 12 Points

Men’s 70 – 74 Possible 25 points: Women’s 70 – 74

Gold, Roger Davis, 24 points Gold,

Diane Lowe, 18 points

Silver, Joe Palmintiero, 19 points

Bronze, Al Richardson, 18 points

Men’s 75 + Possible 25 points:

Gold, Russ Morvant, 20 points

Silver, Ralph Reiche, 19 points


Men’s 60 – 64 Women’s 50 – 54

Gold, Tom Garrison, 45 points Gold, Donna Lyng 28 points

Gold, Jerry Pierce, 45 points

Silver, Jim Weaver, 18 points

Men’s 65 – 69

Gold, Phil Feiock, 43 Points

Silver, Bill Painter, 38 Points

Men’s 70 – 74 Women’s 70 – 74

Gold, Roger Davis, 50 points Gold, Diane Lowe, 20 points

Silver, Joe Palmintiero, 48 points

Bronze, Al Richardson, 45 points

Men’s 75 +

Gold, Russ Morvant, 38 points

Silver, Ralph Reiche, 33 points

The program is a competitive social event that combines sports and games with camaraderie. The athletic events take place Apr. 4 through May 13, at various locations throughout Mesquite. First, second and third place medallions will be presented at the close of each event. Events include Basketball, Golf, Tennis, Softball, Track and Field, Pickle Ball, Target Pistol, Bridge, Bowling, and Bocce Ball

“Each year this program attracts some remarkable athletes from around the community and the surrounding areas, from the serious to the more casual,” said Nicholas F. Montoya, Superintendent, City of Mesquite Department of Athletics and Leisure Services and the Site Coordinator/Event Chairperson for many of the events that happen within the City. “The spirit of friendly competition ensures everyone puts forth their best efforts in every sport. It’s an inspiring program and the event is growing larger every year.”

For more information on this and other programs please contact the Mesquite Leisure Services Department at 346-8732. To register for all youth and adult programs online go to: and at the Mesquite Leisure Services Department Administrative Office, 100 W. Old Mill Road.


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